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The European Central Bank has put the markets at ease by buying up much of the public debt, essentially snuffing out the problem for the foreseeable future.
Dubbed the American Rescue Plan, the proposal released Thursday includes a host of measures aimed at revitalizing the world's largest economy.
The bad news included data showing spiking Covid-19 cases led in December to the first job losses since April.
The Fed has estimated that the jobless rate will end the year at 6.7 percent before dipping to 5 percent next year.
Finance minister Rishi Sunak told Sky News that Britain was facing an "economic emergency" because of the pandemic.